This article was published on July 4, 2011

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A Fox News Twitter account is hacked to misinform the world of the US president’s death, Google’s Realtime search engine goes offline but may return with Google+ data, and users of fitness gadget Fitbit share a little more than they’d like with the world. It’s all in today’s Daily Dose

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TNWDailyDose 04-07-2011 by TNW Daily Dose

Hackers claim Fox News’ Twitter account, report fake Obama shooting http://tnw.to/19p8h
Google disables Realtime search, plans to incorporate Google+ results http://tnw.to/19pBb
Details of Fitbit users’ sex lives removed from search engine results http://tnw.to/19pW7
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